Saturday 17th October 2020 – Primitive Methodist missions to Africa 150 years on


 

The second of our heritage talks to celebrate Black History Month is this Saturday at 11am when Bunmi Olayisade, the Connexional Partnership co-ordinator for Africa, speaks on ‘Primitive Methodist missions to Africa 150 years on’. Bunmi recently visited Fernando Po, the location of the first PM African mission in 1870 and from where the first African Primitive Methodist minister originated, Rev William Barleycorn ordained in 1881. Do join us to hear about the legacy of the Primitive Methodists missionaries in Fernando Po. For a zoom invitation, please email Ruth at engleseabrookproject@outlook.com. All welcome